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walking on leash

  1. @kingkenzobare_


  2. Nicky00

    Taking a sphynx outside for a walk

    Hi! I'm a new sphynx mom to a baby with lots of energy! I live on campus so my living arrangements are not the most spacious. Would it be ok to take my sphynx outside to get some energy out? We have large grassy spaces that are perfect for that. Other than getting burned if I'm not careful about...
  3. JenFid

    Walking Mulder, videos!

    Ok, as promised, here are a couple videos of Mulder and I walking down our street :) And here's Ponzu, haha And since so many of you have asked, here is the link to the vendor I got both harnesses from. Mulder's is the long jacket style. LandOBurnsBengals
  4. L

    Do you walk your cat?

    Hello everyone! As some of you know, I will be bringing home my first sphynx next month! I've spent the last few weeks researching/learning everything I need to know about the breed and making sure I'll give Luna the best life ever. One thing that I am curious about is taking her on walks. I...
  5. NevynNoir

    Questions About Walking/Bringing Cat Outside

    Hey there I am hoping I might be able to get some information/suggestions about this topic. I want my kitten to be comfortable going on errands with me, and short walks and such and I am wondering what the best method to get him used to this would be. Currently hes been outside with me a few...
  6. theors01

    Outdoor walks?

    Kato gets very active around 9am and 6pm and has a lot of energy. He is indoor only. Should I take him on walks to burn off some of his energy? What leash recommendations? Do I NEED rabbies vaccination? (I'd rather not but will if necessary) Thanks!
  7. Tale Grude

    Teaching my Sphynx to walk on leash

    Hi! I'm in the process of teaching Kisa to walk on a leash. Right now she's just getting used to the harness. I have sessions everyday where I put on the harness and play with her, pet her and give her treats to make her associate the harness with something good. But she tends to bite on it a...